ombu tree..arbol de la pampa argentina...es una hierba

The Ombu tree (Phytolacca dioica) is a large, evergreen tree native to the Pampa of South America. It has an umbrella-like canopy, a massive, fireproof trunk and is immune to locusts and other pests. It grows rapidly.

Iguazu monument in Buenos Aires

Iguazu monument in the city of Buenos Aires. Monumento a la Cataratas del Iguazu, Buenos Aires.

La Torre de los Ingleses, frente a la estación de trenes de Retiro, Buenos Aires, Argentina

The English Tower, opposite the train station Retiro, Buenos Aires, Argentina

This journey includes four places so entirely different from one another: a world capital, an alpine lake district, rugged wine country and an idyllic ranch. It is an unforgettable exploration of a country as large and diverse as Argentina.

Unforgettable Argentina

8 Things to Eat in Argentina ~ If you're heading to Argentina bring this list of traditional Argentine food to try. Find out the best Argentinean dishes and others which may disappoint.

8 Things to Eat in Argentina ~ If you're heading to Argentina bring this list of traditional Argentine food to try. Find out the best Argentinean dishes and others which may disappoint. ----this bitch is on crack.

Plaza de Mayo in Buenos Aires, Argentina

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Mate

karissajobman: “ Mate, a group activity The most common drink in Argentina (and many other parts of southern South America) is made from the steeping dried leaves of yerba mate. It is drank from a.

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Buenos aires antiguo. Lugar de desembarco de pasajeros, inmigrantes, al lado se inauguró el "Hotel de los inmigrantes"( 1911),

Passengers disembarking across from the "Immigrants' Hotel",

Polacos en el viejo hotel de los inmigrantes que se encontraba donde hoy esta el anden de la estación Retiro del ferrocarril Mitre. Año 1889

Polish immigrants in the old "Immigrants' Hotel" that used to be by the Port of Buenos Aires,

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